Ra, Mackey, and Tchaikovsky

Robert Spano leads the Curtis Symphony Orchestra in a remarkable program featuring two exhilarating world premieres and a late-Romantic era classic.

Les Mamelles de Tirésias & The Seven Deadly Sins

The Curtis Opera Theatre’s exciting season continues with a double bill featuring Poulenc’s outrageously funny farce, Les Mamelles de Tirésias, alongside Weill and Brecht’s The Seven Deadly Sins.

Graduation Recitals

Graduation recitals display the skill and passion of Curtis students on the cusp of professional musicianship. Members of the class of 2024 will share the breadth of their talent through a culminating graduation recital during the spring semester.

Debut Album from Trio Zimbalist

Music that encapsulates an unwavering aspiration for a world where peace, freedom, and individualism flourish.

Curtis Presents: String Sextets

An evening of Curtis alumni, faculty, and students performing string music of Strauss, Berg, Weinberg, and Brahms.

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String Sextets

February 27, 2024 7:30 p.m.
Curtis Institute of Music, Field Concert Hall

Gipps, Fauré, and Mendelssohn

February 28, 2024 7:30 p.m.
Curtis Institute of Music, Field Concert Hall

Curtis at 92NY

February 28, 2024 7:30 p.m.
Buttenwieser Hall at The Arnhold Center, 92NY, NY
Meet Our Faculty

Curtis is a small school by design, offering intensive, individualized study with renowned faculty.

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Curtis Mourns the Loss of Vitalij Kuprij (Piano '00)

Curtis mourns the loss of the Ukrainian-American pianist, composer, Trans-Siberian Orchestra member, and alumnus who passed away on February 20 at age 49. 

Q&A with Eve Summer, Director of Les Mamelles de Tirésias & The Seven Deadly Sins (Part One)

In part one of this Q&A, the acclaimed director, producer, and choreographer discusses the double bill, the themes of each opera, and more.

Celebrating Black History: Rodney Marsalis (Trumpet '91)

The internationally acclaimed trumpeter and founder of The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass, attended the school from 1988–91.
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